One of my long-held ambitions has been to create a space where we can have open, heartfelt, and honest conversations about
desire, intimacy, and how we each experience and express our unique sexual selves.
I wanted to make space for curiosity-piquing questions and deliciously deep-diving answers.
And I wanted to talk with people who could help me to broaden my perspectives and deepen my understanding.
I am thrilled to share the first in this series of videos on intimacy and desire with you!
My first guest is sex educator, bodyworker, and guide,
Sue Sutherland of The Feel Institute.
We talk about:
What is intimacy? How do I stay in connection with you without losing myself? The delicious delight of sharing what’s special to each of us. Permission to feel what we’re feeling. The importance of asking yourself ‘what are you hungry for’? Paying attention to your body to help locate your desires. Speaking the unspeakable. Expressing your desires and finding ways to bring what’s on your inside, out.
Find out more about Sue and The Feel Institute here.
CONTENT NOTE: this post contains erotic and explicit writing
I have no idea what phase the moon is in at the moment. Recently the nights have been heavily clouded and rain has run its tears down my window pane. I’ve not seen her for days.
Is she waxing? Waning? Half? Full?
She makes me howl.
She makes me weep.
She casts her glow across my sleeping body, studying me without my consent.
She wakes me in the night and we lie together, barely touching but palpably connected.
Until she slips from me.
Deserting me again.
And I start the day alone.
Where does she go?
To comfort another lover? On the other side of the world?
I miss seeing her face and feeling her cool touch.
I miss studying her, observing her shape and judging her mood.
And yet she never truly leaves me.
Tugging at me.
Filling my breasts and wetting my cunt.
She is relentless.
She gives me no respite.
Even as I sleep.
She comes for me again, and again, and again.
And I come for her: again and again and again.
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